What is a Tiger Funds Account?
A Tiger Funds account works like a debit card. It is a unique money management system
activated by your Campus Card that is available to all students, faculty, and staff.
Once you have made a deposit into your personal Tiger Funds account, you simply present
your Campus Card to pay for meals at campus dining locations or to purchase books,
supplies, and personal items at the University Store.
You can also use your Campus Card in copier machines and for services at the Health
Center and the Bursar's Office.
How does it work?
It is simple to activate your Tiger Funds account. Your Campus Card is already encoded
to provide access to University events and activities. When you make a minimum deposit
of $10 to your personal Tiger Funds account, your Campus Card becomes your Tiger Funds
card as well. Your daily transaction limit cannot exceed $500.
Each time you make a purchase, your Campus Card is swiped through a card reader and
the amount of the purchase is automatically deducted from the balance in your Tiger
Funds account. Your remaining balance is indicated on your receipt after each transaction
so you will always know how much money remains in your account.
You can deposit money to your Tiger Funds account in the following ways:
- online at Campus Card Online (credit card - Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express)
- through Blackboard Card Management Centers (cash only) located in the McWherter Library,
Law Library, Wilder Tower, Paw Prints in the University Center, Learning Resource
Center in Ball Hall, the Speech and Hearing Center, and the Lambuth campus
- in person at the Bursar's Office customer service windows, 1st floor, Wilder Tower
(cash, check or credit card)
Excess funds from financial aid/scholarships can also be deposited to your Tiger Funds
account by completing an Authorization to Transfer Financial Aid/Scholarships to Tiger
Funds form in the Bursar's Office, 115 Wilder Tower.
If you lose or misplace your Campus Card, log on to Campus Card Online and deactivate your card to protect your account.
Tiger Funds are maintained separately from Dining Dollars, meal plan accounts and
Flex Bucks, which are also accessed by your Campus Card. Meal plan accounts are administered
by the University's food service vendor. The policies and procedures of the meal plan
accounts are those of the vendor and not those of the University of Memphis.
What are the advantages of Tiger Funds?
- It gives you ready access to all food services locations that offer a variety of food
choices, from early morning breakfasts to late night snacks.
- It offers you purchase privileges without cash, for the great selection of books,
supplies, gifts, and personal items at the University Store.
- Use your Campus Card to make copies at the McWherter Library, Law Library, Wilder
Tower, Learning Resource Center in Ball Hall, Paw Prints in the University Center,
the Speech and Hearing Center, and the Lambuth campus.
- Use your Campus Card to make copies at the McWherter Library, Law Library, Learning
Resource Center in Ball Hall, and Paw Prints in the University Center.
- Account balances remain available as long as you have an active relationship with
- Once you establish your Tiger Funds account, there is little or need to carry cash
or to write checks for University meals, supplies, or services.
- If you lose or misplace your Campus Card, log on to Campus Card Online and deactivate your card to protect your account.
How do I request a refund of the remaining balance on my Tiger Funds account?
- Refund requests from the Tiger Funds account may be submitted to the Bursar's Office,
115 Wilder Tower.
- A $5 processing fee will be deducted from the available balance in the account prior
to the refund.
- Any amounts that are owed to the University will be deducted from the available balance
in the account prior to the processing of a refund.
- The refund will be processed to the eRefund account through TigerXpress. If no payment profile exists in TigerXpress, a check will be mailed to the permanent address on file with the University.
- Tiger Funds accounts that remain inactive for an extended period of time are subject
to automatic refund processing and the previous conditions apply.